Friday, June 21, 2013

Olivia and Peter at Sweet Peas

Aletha here with a little piece of art using one of my favorite stamps from one of my favorite artists at Sweet Pea Stamps.

Meet Olivia and Peter from Norma Burnell’s Fairy Tangles ArtCollection. I found Ms. Burnell’s art while I was surfing the web for Zentangle patterns. I fell in love with her style and I was hoping that a rubber stamp company would start the ball rolling on manufacturing the stamps. When I found out that it was Sweet Pea, I jumped for joy.


I stamped Olivia and Peter with Memento ink on Cryogen cardstock for coloring with my Copics. After die cutting her with a die from Spellbinder’s A2 Curved Matting Basics A I distressed with Frayed Burlap.

The designer paper was a scrap. The other dies that I used were Spellbinder’s Bitty Blossoms and SCACD’s Alice’s Clock. This was distressed with white Viva D├ęcor 3-D paint.


Don’t forget about our challenge at One Sweet Challenge. The theme is to use buttons and ribbons as embellishments. You can use any stamp you want, rubber or digi, but for the “larger” prize you must use an SPS image.

Thanks for stopping by. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Aletha Jane
SPS Design Team

9 comments:

  1. I love the way this card looks. The color scheme is amazing.

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  2. Aletha, this is stunning. Love the distressed background around the wonderfully coloured image. The colours you have chosen work so well together. Best wishes, Kym xxx

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  3. Just stunning Aletha, I love the contrasting colors that you used on your image. WOW. That die cut in the corner is just gorgeous

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  4. This is gorgeous! I love your rich, warm colouring and the deep tones of your colour scheme. This has a lovely vintage feel but still has plenty of colour.

    And oh my I *love* that Alice's Clock die! *runs off to buy* :D

    Ali

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  5. Stunning! So beautiful colored and all the layers are very nice. Love love your coloring and your choice Of colors.

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  6. Wow! Wow! WOOOOOOW!!! The way you made background just pushed image forward, and it's looks so beautiful.
    Hugs Nat

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  7. Oh gosh Aletha! This card is fantastic! Your coloring is truly amazing, and the color scheme is great!!! Great piece of art!!
    And I do agree: Norma J Burnell's stamps are so beautiful!

    Lots of love, Randi WS

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  8. Absolutely AMAZING!! Gorgeous colors, beautiful coloring and the finished creation is just perfect.

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  9. Breath taking work! so Beautiful!..your art is always so lovely.
    hugs
    susan s

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